[security-dev 01547]: Re: PING: [PATCH FOR REVIEW]: 6763530: Fix breakage of NSS-based Elliptic Curve Cryptography in OpenJDK6
mstjohns at comcast.net
Sun Jun 27 17:05:50 PDT 2010
Hi Andrew -
I really need to work on fleshing out my emails... :-/
The _20 release of the normal (non-OpenJDK) is missing this update. I had thought that this fix was supposed to be back-ported to the closed JDK 6 release. I've got the OpenJDK built on my local machine, but the folks I'm working with would rather use the pre-packaged Windows version etc etc etc... *sigh*.
Thanks - Mike
At 07:17 PM 6/27/2010, Andrew John Hughes wrote:
>> At 05:37 PM 6/27/2010, Michael StJohns wrote:
>>>Hi guys -
>>>I see from the Mercurial logs that this went in to both the jdk6 and jdk7 repositories. Â For jdk6 - it's rev 302 which looks like this should have ended up in the _19 release
>>>But all the files in lib/ext/sunpkcs11.jar Â for _20 are all tagged as 1 September 2009....
>>>Is the sunpkcs11.jar provider not getting regenerated and rebundled during the release process?
>It has been:
>$ hg log -R jdk -k 6763530
>date: Thu Jan 21 23:59:41 2010 +0000
>summary: 6763530: Cannot decode PublicKey (Proider SunPKCS11,
>and certainly is present on IcedTea6's builds.
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